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The powerful renewal movement brought about in social and spiritual domains by the Reformation likewise influenced the literature of the period.


The Protestants in the arts and letters
 The Protestants in the arts and letters
Jacques I AndrouŽt du Cerceau (before 1520-1585 or 1586)
 Jacques I AndrouŽt du Cerceau (before 1520-1585 or 1586)
Baptiste AndrouŽt du Cerceau (c.1540/1550 - 1590)
 Baptiste AndrouŽt du Cerceau (c.1540/1550 - 1590)
Jacques II AndrouŽt du Cerceau (c. 1550/1560 - 1614)
 Jacques II AndrouŽt du Cerceau (c. 1550/1560 - 1614)
Salomon de Brosse (1571-1626)
 Salomon de Brosse (1571-1626)
Jean Crespin (1520-1572)
 Jean Crespin (1520-1572)
Protestant temples†: from the 16th century to the Revocation
 Protestant temples†: from the 16th century to the Revocation
Ligier Richier (c.1500-1567)
 Ligier Richier (c.1500-1567)
Jean Goujon (c. 1510-1567)
 Jean Goujon (c. 1510-1567)
Bernard Palissy (1510-1590)
 Bernard Palissy (1510-1590)
Protestant music
 Protestant music
Literature in the 16th century
 Literature in the 16th century
 
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